This Guy Must Be San Francisco’s Best Parker – Just Look at All His Residential Parking Permits – Dr. Woof Abides

Look at this guy – see all the stickers he has from San Francisco’s ridiculous residential parking permit program?

He’s probably paid, all by himself, for two or three day’s worth of retirement benefits for a Parking Control Officer.

Hurray!

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And look, he bought a bunch of parking permits the right way, you know, one after the other.

Unlike some other people:

Danielle Steel’s “Parking Orgy

Remember, Transit First (except for participants of the Residential Parking Program).

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5 Responses to “This Guy Must Be San Francisco’s Best Parker – Just Look at All His Residential Parking Permits – Dr. Woof Abides”

  1. Pacman says:

    To be fair, the residental parking permits only used to run $29/year. So the visible (11) on this guy’s hatchback would only add up to <$400.

    The parking tickets issuing, now privatized, and bloodthirsty …rakes in far more than this in 5 nanoseconds!

  2. Alai says:

    Are you suggesting that $9 a month is too high a price for car storage? Like the guy in the article says, you can hardly find a place to store a body for less than $1000.

    Or is it ridiculous because the cost is so low?

  3. sfcitizen says:

    Uh the $9 per month is to prevent other people from parking in an area, not to pay for your parking. Your parking is free.
    You think you’re paying for parking because the price has inflated so much. Mostly the RPP is a jobs program

  4. Alai says:

    Oh I see. And when I pay rent, the money is to prevent other people from living in my apartment, not to pay for the apartment. The apartment is free.

    Well, that’s one way of looking at it.

  5. sfcitizen says:

    Well, no, you pay rent. Some people live rent free. I don’t. I park my car for free though. I don’t believe in RPPs even tho I’m eligible to purchase one.

    Anyway, there’s no cost to park in most of SF’s parking spaces..